Don’t Be Scared To Be Open

There are certain situations I tend to avoid.

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Brunch at Granger & Co.

Sundays :: Lazy brunches, people watching & good company.

Brunch at Granger & Co.

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Tuesday Travels :: Destination – Singapore

There’s a million and one places still left for me to visit but what I love to hear about other people’s experiences.

Destination :: Singapore

Destination :: Singapore has been on my bucket list forever.

Here my good friend Roshni tells me what to expect.

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Friday Fun:: Suspended Coffees & Look Mum No Hands!

One of my favourite parts of London is the South Bank. Whether I’m visiting the same place over and over again, I can always take away something new. The last time was no different because: Look mum no hands!

Look mum no hands!

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Do I Have To Be ‘Fair’ To Be ‘Lovely’?

Do I have to be fair to be lovely?
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Better start exfoliating my skin then…

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Face A Fear Everyday :: Don’t Rely On The Opinion’s Of Others

“You can’t pull off that lipstick”

“They’re only that successful because they were lucky”

“Sometimes we just have to settle for what we can get”

Face A Fear Everyday:: Don't Rely on other people's opinions

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A Digital Revolution

‘Ana, do you want to come to a Tech Convention?’

A Digital Revolution

Slightly different for me, I’ll admit.

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Overcoming the Dragon

So it’s been a while, hasn’t it? I’ll let you in on a little secret…

Slaying The Dragon

I’ve been trying to conquer a dragon.

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Friday Fun :: The Best Roast Duck in London

Word of mouth travels fast. Especially when the words of that mouth make your own mouth water…

The Asian Destination :: The Best Roast Duck

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Wednesday Wisdom :: ‘I don’t have enough time to meditate!’

‘I don’t have to meditate’

‘Do you have time to feel like crap?’

- Gabrielle Bernstein

The Asian Destination :: I don't have time to meditate!

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Afternoon Tea at Asia de Cuba

I visited the wonderland, that is Asia de Cuba, once before.

But this time, we were on a hunt for tea…and lots of it.

The Asian Destination :: Afternoon Tea at Asia de Cuba

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Being a B.I.B:: How Has Depression Affected you?

Today’s post was meant to be something completely different entirely. As my first B.I.B. post, I’d wanted to keep it light-hearted but I couldn’t shy away from the truth and the issues I’ve faced as a person first and foremost.

But also as a British Indian Bengali girl.

The Asian Destination :: Depression :: being a BIB

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Monday Musings:: Balancing a PhD & The Asian Destination

The left hand photo, to the untrained eye may look like it merely contains flasks of coloured liquid.

My fellow research students will know, they contain a lot more. They contain our lives.

The Asian Destination :: Balancing a PhD and The Asian Destination

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